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Classics Worth Watching

Tara Dombrowski

December 9, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window is a film about a man stuck in his apartment after breaking his leg and being told to take a break from his job. Jeff Jefferies entertains himself by spying on his neighbors with his camera. While looking out his window, he uncovers something he may not want to be a part of...

Classics Worth Watching

Dylan Rupptrecht

September 30, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

They say the art of parodies have died, that these hilarious comedies were born and thrived in the 80s and 90s. With such atrocities as Epic Movie and A Haunted House proliferating the movie scene, I am compelled to reminisce a true parody great, Airplane. The film is constantly laugh-out-loud fu...

Classics Worth Watching

Ben Atwater

September 2, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

On the Waterfront is a 1954 crime drama film starring Marlon Brando. Brando plays Terry Malloy, a dockworker disgraced from his previous boxing career. Working as a dock worker, Terry decides to stand up to the corrupt union bosses who act above the law due to their wealth and position. However, he...

What makes a classic?

Glenn Rohrbacker

December 10, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Music

What makes a song a classic? Why is it that when “Don’t Stop Believing” comes on the radio or when yet another band plays it at a concert, we all just instantly drop everything and proclaim the lyrics to the sky, despite our ability to actually sing? What about songs like “Piano Man,” “Bo...

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